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Team Durango DESC210 Race Ready RTR

Team Durango DESC210 Race Ready RTRIf you saw our recent post about Team Durango’s new DEX210 Race Ready RTR 2wd buggy you may have wondered why they aren’t offering the same treatment for their DESC210 short course truck too. Well apparently Team Durango thought the same thing so check out the new DESC210 Race Ready RTR short course truck. It features the same electronics as its 2wd buggy brethren including a Speed Passion 13.5t brushless motor, Speed Passion ESC and a 2.4Ghz radio system!

 

Patented Gearbox Design
The unique Hybrid Design gearbox by Team Durango means that the DESC210 RTR is the only Short Course Truck available that can be configured to be mid- or rear-motor without the need to change suspension set-up or use another gearbox mould. It is also the only gearbox design that can use three or four gears to allow the motor to sit on the left- or right-hand side of the car. The DESC210 RTR is rear-motored out-of-the box, but optional parts are available to convert your DESC210 RTR to mid-motor configuration.

Oil Fill Differential
Team Durango has shown how fast and strong our oil-filled geared diffs can be. Made famous in our World Championship winning Pro-level spec 4WD racing buggy, the DEX410, Team Durango’s oil-filled geared diffs are robust, tuneable and easy to maintain.

Big Bore Shocks
Hard-anodised, oil-filled, shock absorber bodies made from machined alloy, with big bore coil-over springs let your DESC210 RTR soak-up all of the bumps and jumps on your race track. With optional Team Durango oils and springs, you can fine-tune your Big Bore shocks to suit any track surface and condition.

CVD Drive Shafts
Just like the Pro-spec DESC210R kit, the DESC210 RTR has captured CVD (constant velocity drive) driveshafts, which means that the drive pins sit inside the ball-bearings. This greatly reduces the chances of mechanical failure which means you spend more time on the track, racing and winning!

Dual Pad Slipper Clutch
Off-road trucks need a smooth power delivery to keep them stable under acceleration. By adjusting the slipper clutch, you can set the perfect amount of slip before the drivetrain engages the wheels. Whether your racing track is high-grip or low-grip, the dual pad slipper clutch can be adjusted to make driving the DESC210 RTR much easier.

Injection Molded Chassis
Off-road trucks need a smooth power delivery to keep them stable under acceleration. By adjusting the slipper clutch, you can set the perfect amount of slip before the drivetrain engages the wheels. Whether your racing track is high-grip or low-grip, the dual pad slipper clutch can be adjusted to make driving the DESC210 RTR much easier.

Race Ready Suspension Geometry
The front and rear geometry of the DESC210 RTR has been designed, tested and proven over many months. The Championship-winning design has proven to be successful in the hands of our Pro Team drivers and club racers all around the world. The geometry on the DESC210 RTR is the same as that on the DESC210R Short Course Truck kit.

Mid Motor Capable
With a few, selected optional items, your DESC210 RTR rear-motor Short Course Truck can be converted to a mid-motor truck in minutes. Why would you want to do this? Well, mid-motor RC vehicles are better on tight, high-traction surfaces. The DESC210 RTR is the only RTR truck in its class that can be converted from rear-motor to mid-motor (and back again) without the need to change the suspension set-up or gearbox mould.

Features:

  • Speed Passion 13.5T brushless motor
  • Speed Passion Citrix Stock ESC
  • Pre-cut and pre-painted body
  • Pre-mounted tires on black wheels
  • Tuning tools included

Specs:

  • Length: 21.4″ (544mm)
  • Width: 11.4″ (290mm)
  • Wheelbase: 12.6″-13″ (321mm-329mm)
  • Weight: 77oz (2183g)
  • Availability: Late August
  • Part: #TD102018 (Red)
  • Part: #TD102019 (Blue)
  • Price: $445


Source: Team Durango

 
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